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- Time NeededEditor: 85%
In this article I’ll be covering my review of the Rip:60 Home Gym and Fitness DVD program.
This fitness program features a unique style of home fitness training with it’s rip straps which throws a whole new aspect into workouts.
Along with that you’ll have some noticeable people in these videos which are your trainers! They are Georges St. Pierre (MMA World Champion) and Jillian Michaels (America’s Toughest Trainer).
Let’s start off by looking on some of the pros and cons of rip:60.
The Pros And Cons Of Rip:60 Program
- Get To Workout At Home
- Great Trainers
- Well Thought Out Training Program
- A Unique Type Of Workouts With Their Strap System
- Great Results
- Workouts Might Be To Long For Some (60 Minutes)
- Having To Set Up The Straps
There are a lot of positives about this program but of course a couple things that could be a hindrance to some.
The pros pretty much speak for themselves but I do want to touch on the cons to elaborate on them a bit.
The 60 minutes is usually a good time frame for doing workouts and usually that’s the average time for most who go to the gym.
However most people who do home workouts are those who may not have tons of time to spare, this is why you see a lot of other fitness programs cutting their workouts to 30 minutes.
The strap setup is a one time deal usually but it can be a pain to find a good spot and get everything set up, but like I mentioned after you set it up once you’re usually good to go for the rest of the 60 days.
How Long Does It Take To See Results
As with any fitness program/routine it all depends on how out of shape you are and how much commitment you put into it.
I will say I noticed results rather quickly, especially in terms of muscle toning because these workouts were a surprise for my body on how I did them.
Weight loss wise, I noticed my clothes fitting better probably about 3ish weeks in. I wish I would have kept a more accurate type of notes instead of trying to remember it all.
Is Rip:60 Fitness DVDS Hard To Do?
One thing I do like about this program is that it does start off on an easier note rather than going full force right from start to finish.
This gives those who are new to the working out or those that are in really bad cardio shape a chance to build up their bodies to be able to stick with the program.
However the intensity of the workouts does get harder so be prepared to start pushing yourself which is what you want to do!
A easy workout program will produce lesser results than those that really push your body, just a fact of life.
What Equipment Do You Need To Do Rip:60
You don’t need to buy any additional equipment, the workout focuses on using the straps (comes with the kit) and your body weight.
Other than that you just need a place to hang the straps and of course a TV/DVD player to play the program.
Does It Really Work?
Yes it does, but how much it works depends on you.
Simply buying the program doesn’t do anything, you literally have to commit, do the workouts and eat right.
I’ve seen to many people buy the program, only do it once every week and eat like crap then say it doesn’t work.
No crap it doesn’t work if go about it like that.
Where To Buy Rip:60 Fitness DVDs
I bought my rip:60 kit off of Amazon and that’s where I recommend pretty much everyone to look buy theirs.
You can check Walmart to see if they have it in stores if you prefer to buy it locally but I think it’s a hit or miss depending on which store.
Other than that I’m not really sure of any other online or local stores that carry it.
Should You Buy It?
I can’t make this decision for you but I do encourage everyone to get in better shape and I know this program does just that.
Like I mentioned earlier if you want a program that isn’t just like every other workout where it may keep you more excited to do the program day after day then this program may just be what you’re looking for.
It provided a great workout that I actually didn’t hate to do!
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